Campagnolo Super Record Dual Pivot Skeleton Brakes
Besides distinguishing themselves for their unparalleled quality and performance, Campagnolo products have also become the benchmark of design. This is testified by the prestigious Compasso d'Oro award granted by the Associazione Design Italiano in recognition of the Veloce groupset, Ergopower integrated controls and Shamal high-profile wheels. Campagnolo is not only involved in the cycling world, but dedicates itself to all sports in general. In fact, it was named by the Wall Street Journal as one of the most prominent sports brands in the world. A reputation earned not only as a result of the countless successes achieved in racing competitions, but also by virtue of the attention given to quality and to service that sets this company apart from all others.
For over 80 years Campagnolo has researched, developed, tested and produced a cornucopia of innovative solutions in order to push the limits of what is possible through mechanical shifting in order to produce Super Record. It confirms its supremacy through a mix of performance, reliability and Italian design all in an extremely lightweight package made possible thanks to the finest and most technical materials and luxury-grade craftsmanship used in its construction.
Campagnolo Super Record Skeleton Brakes
For a fast descent you need a safe and reliable braking system that is powerful and adjustable
The Super Record system guarantees shorter braking distance and complete control of breaking power thanks to Campagnolo's Skeleton arm design and new brake pads.
For those looking for the maximum braking power, even at the rear, Campagnolo offers this Dual Pívot option.
Brake-pad height adjustment ratio: 40÷50 mm (measured from brake fixing-bolt to brake-shoe-nut)
Light alloy and titanium hardware
Brake pads orbital adjustment
Lightened rear brake
Skeletonized arms: No-bend arms, modularity, reduced weight
Special pad compound: Reduction of braking distance in both dry and wet conditions - longer brake pad and braking track life
Front and rear dual-pivot brake
Front/rear differentiated braking: Lighter rear brake greater braking power modulation